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The Internet of Things

Friday September 25, 2015 By: Ashley Garcia

My colleague and I attended Dreamforce (the Salesforce User Conference) last week and there was one theme that came up in presentation after presentation. Marc Benioff (Salesforce, CEO) even spent a fair amount of time during his keynote discussing this topic. It’s not SaaS. It’s not the cloud. No, it’s something newer and something we cannot ignore. It’s the Internet of Things, or IOT as the tech geeks call it.

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6 Ideas to Improve Your Next Technology Project’s Adoption

Thursday September 17, 2015 By: Richard Craemer

Last week I had the pleasure of participating in a webinar with our friends at the Pittsburg Water & Sewer Authority. We received several questions during the webinar around the adoption of a new system. How do you ensure that everyone is using the system? Were there certain groups who took longer to adopt than others? How long did it take?

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Common challenges owner organizations face

Friday September 4, 2015 By: Ashley Garcia

Regardless of the type of organization you are a part of, or the industry, we hear the same common challenges from our customers. Undefined processes, difficulty tracking project status, no centralized repository system, and the list goes on.

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HCA discusses the use of dashboards

Thursday August 27, 2015 By: Ashley Garcia

This week, Mike Francisco, AVP of Construction Finance at HCA Healthcare joined us to discuss how the organization is using dashboards for executive reporting of capital budget at the program and project level. The term “dashboard” originates from the automobile dashboard where drivers monitor the major functions at a glance via the instrument panel.

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Public Owners Dump Disconnected Workflows…Reduce Risks, Drive Productivity

Tuesday August 4, 2015 By: Ashley Garcia

Poor cost management is one of the top reasons for delays and overruns on capital projects—in large part because owners and project teams rely on tools, processes and workflows that are disconnected for tracking project budgets and changes. This disconnected approach affects data integrity, creates the opportunity for duplicate data entry and human error, and limits a jurisdictions ability to forecast costs on future projects.

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